If you’re ready to get rolling with Windows 7, but lack for hardware to try the new OS on, I advise you get to Best Buy immediately. The latest package by the retailer debuts an HP desktop, laptop, netbook, and router for the earth-shattering price of $1200.
All three machines come with Windows 7 preinstalled. Here are some specs from Gizmodo:
- Space-saving HP Slimline desktop (s5212y)
- Thin-profile 18.5″ LCD monitor (w1858)
- Media-savvy HP laptop (G60-535DX)
- Compact HP Mini netbook (110-1125NR)
- Speedy NETGEAR Wireless-G router (WGR614)
- Seamless in-home setup of the PCs and router by Geek Squad (4000954811)
The desktop has a 2.5 GHz Pentium chip, 3 GB of RAM, a 320 GB HDD and a DVD burner. The laptops is a 15.6-inch machine running a 320 GB HDD, 3 GB of RAM, and coming with HDMI out. The HP netbook is the HP Mini 110, which you can read about here.
Now get your ass to Best Buy and pray to whatever deity you love that supplies are still available.